Beverly Hills Market & Deli Recipes

Cherries: How to Freeze

Cherries may be frozen for up to three months!



1. WASH and DRY your fresh bing cherries. Dryness is key! Leave the stems intact.

2. FREEZE your bing cherries in plastic bags or containers with the air removed (for up to three months).

3. THAW your bing cherries in the fridge (this helps maintain the juice and firmness in the fruit).

4. Enjoy! Try cherries that are slightly frozen for a real taste treat!

Freezing Tip Courtesy of The California Cherry Advisory Board -

Please note that some ingredients and brands may not be available in every store.

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